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Course ID

ITC104

Title

Windows Workflow Foundation Using C#

Price

$2,100.00

Duration

4

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Delivery Method

 

Software Assurance

 

Microsoft CPE

 

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Course Objectives

 

Course Description

This 4-day Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 Training Course begins with an overview of the concepts of workflow and the programming model provided by WF. The essentials of WF programming are then covered followed by a systematic treatment of the major features of WF, including the Built-In Activity Library.

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Course Outline

Microsofts Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) provides a framework for creating scalable applications consisting of independent program units called activities. WF 4 was a major rewrite of this technology, offering significantly higher performance and making it easier to create and execute workflow applications. WF 4.5 contains new activities, designer capabilities, and a new workflow development model (state machines). It also supports the use of C# expressions in C# workflows. This four-day Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 Training Course covers WF 4.5 and uses Visual Studio 2015, which provides a visual designer for creating workflows. Primitive and control flow activities are discussed, and the alternatives to hosting workflows are covered. Collection and parallel activities are covered. The creation of custom activities, both using the designer and code, is explained. Flowchart and state machine activities are covered. Persistence and bookmarks are discussed. Workflow Services, using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is covered. The Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 Training Course concludes with a discussion of debugging, error handling, transactions and compensation.​

Status

Active

Technology

Visual Studio

Category

Microsoft

SubCategory

Microsoft

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Version: 2.0
Created at 2/27/2018 10:07 AM by Gaige Heiner
Last modified at 3/31/2018 3:08 PM by Gaige Heiner